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craze. stocks that have been beaten up like google. you're saying these stocks could actually benefit from this as well? >> wouldn't count out these guys. there is always this rumor that apple would actually use its huge cash pile it has got. want to start an online bank. if you find a way do online banking be capital side of that be 100 billion cash in the bank. one of many rumors people talk about. they are working on google wallet to take existing credit cards and put into google device, the concerns you talk about people walk away with the cell phone, google's idea essentially aggregate all the information and password protect that someone walks with the phone and get on the cloud with google wallet kill all your stuff. adam: you do that already with apple. why bother with google? do no evil, people are thinking they're evil collecting all the data? >> these are concerns we have to work out with privacy and security. i wouldn't count out google or apple on this a lot of people are concerned about privacy with google glass everything else they do. i wouldn't bet against innovation
google users what they've been missing on bing. let's bing it on. [fight bell: ding, ding] how many here are google users? what if i was to tell you that you would actually like bing way more than google when it came to the results? prove it. let's look up some taco places. i like the left side. yeah? okay, do we need to find out what the waves are like down at the beach? what side do you like better? i like the results on the right. i'm gonna go with the one on the left. oh! bing won! people prefer bing over google for the web's top searches. don't believe it? go to bingiton.com and see what you're missing. are you flo? yes. is this the thing you gave my husband? well, yeah, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. >>> days before the supreme court takes up same-sex marriage, the republican party has a
mills, google, kellogg, kimberly, mccormick spice. they missed the quarter. mcdonald's, pepsi, proctor, discover, delta, cree, cracker barrel! the prosecution rests. cracker barrel. >> cbrl, by the way. >> have you had the cheese they put on the pie. over 9,000 calories. >> and 600 flavors of hard licorice. >> how many stocks are above the 50-day moving average? >> it's hideous. >> if you say what's overbought? >> almost everything will be overbought. this is a nice, convenient, technical excuse to sell. >> that's what i agree with and the -- >> you have horse sense. >> no, i just read your email over your shoulder. >> oh, okay. >> terribly honest and professional. >> there are, believe it or not, america, some other stories that we are looking that the morning, hard to believe, but true. transocean urging shareholders to inject carl icahn's firm to increase three new members to the company's board. elsewhere, morgan stanley upgrading hewlett-packard. yes, hp getting an upgrade from morgan stanley from an overweight to an equal weight and they cite positive momentum in free cash flow a
. it is weird, but okay. google snapping pictures of your house. annoying, but that's okay. tracking your purchases online, have always been happening. okay. but the government scanning internet traffic and getting into cahoots with phone companies to help police say, no, that is not okay. the former white house individual on snooping. what do you make of this? what is going on here? >> it is just not the online retailer that most of us know about. but they are very proficient about the ability to leverage the infrastructure and provide data services whereas in the past we have had her own data3 centers and staff them with her own i.t. people. rt of those services consistent with the government plan, in other words, don't build new data centers, don't expand once you have up there. outsource it. that is effectively, if thse reports are true, that is what sound like is going on. they are saying that we will buy those from you and put the services of ourselves. >> they are working for the government to spy on their customers? >> once again, from what i have seen, everything that has been re
are google users? what if i was to tell you that you would actually like bing way more than google when it came to the results? prove it. let's look up some taco places. i like the left side. yeah? okay, do we need to find out what the waves are like down at the beach? what side do you like better? i like the results on the right. i'm gonna go with the one on the left. oh! bing won! people prefer bing over google for the web's top searches. don't believe it? go to bingiton.com and see what you're missing. britta olsen is my patient. i spend long hours with her checking her heart rate, administering her medication, and just making her comfortable. one night britta told me about a tradition in denmark, "when a person dies," she said, "someone must open the window so the soul can depart." i smiled and squeezed her hand. "not tonight, britta. not tonight." [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, thank you, from johnson & johnson. [ female announcer ] to nurses everywhere, see lioutdoors, or in.ight. transitions® lenses automatically filter just the right amount of light. so you see ever
a little spain and go to google where they look down and see everything, but that's actually old stuff and i was getting ready to see the 3%-5% declines that everyone told me had to happen. they were, like, spamming me with this thing. no, nothing. and then i came to work and went over to the floor of the exchange and nothing, no panic on the floor. although i did hear several commentators come on our air and say that this is it, this is the end, the end, my friend, the end of the banking system as we know it, as if actually it didn't end four years ago. i was prepared to talk about how our markets are strong when squawk on the street started and the declines you're seeing won't cause us to go down 2% to 3% as my bearish pals told me would happen. but we didn't even get a big sell-off in europe. we opened down hard, ended up in the green and gave it up near the bell and it was a garden variety give up and probably not dumb and nothing catastrophic like i'm supposed to have down my back. now, mind you, i come back and say the cypriot is stupid after the same thing happened in iceland an
's good. >> i'm not just talking about google and silicon valley. i'm talking general mills. general mills, outside minneapolis, you have executives walking into meditation and yoga class in the middle of the day. he himself meditates. look at him. he's radiant. >> you did the juice fast. >> i thought you were pregnant. you're glowing. >> bob roth, david lynch foundation, taught ray galio how to do meditation. it was amazeng. >> a different david lynch? >> actually not. >> it is amazing. i'm a total skeptic. i thought i was going to sit there and do this mantra stuff. >> how long did you meditate for? >> 20 minutes twice a day. >> did you ohm. >> i have my own mantra. >> you can just use your breath. it doesn't matter. >> corporation wants to increase productivity, want their employees to be healthy. city hall. >> here's the thing. city hall is not telling you to go and meditate. >> it's telling me not to have a 16 ounce soda. that's absurd. warren buffett -- how long has he been living on 2800 calories? if he wants to have a cherry coke, god bless him. this is insane. >> but they end up i
has got. when you look at the client list, that's impressed and it's badda bing. facebook, google, yahoo! , japan, and if you're an advertiser. and we'll ask the ceo about the net loss for 2012 and the 60 million in revenues. remember 7 million shares was the initial price share range. 7 1/2 is what they ended up at and 11 to 13 was the price talk and opening at $19 and friends and families, these lovely ladies and gentlemen standing around here. $15 was the price talk and it was what it priced at and it opened at 1450 and that would be the first one this week that would open below its price and right now it is trading at $19.71 and you can see people with their families all standing here and the ceo and here are the kids and families standing around here. marin brought all of their family down here and it's been very nice. i've been talking to a lot of wonderful people here in the last 20 minutes. >> we'll talk to the ceo coming up. looking forward to that. >> up next on "squawk on the street." that will happen, and he'll talk about the company's wall street debut. >>> marin sof
, google, amazon, and the s&p 500 and gold etfs. cheryl: you're trading on both options exchanges. >> reception so far has been great, a very solid start. last time i checked about 30 minutes ago it looked industry wide about 14,000 of these options had traded, more than half about 8,000 on our two markets, so a very nice start to the product, and really great opportunities for those retail investors as you were talking about to be able to make use of options against some of those higher-price stock prices to reduce risk. cheryl: and options have become incredibly popular, big jump in the numbers, i'm curious what times of revenue nyse euronext is expecting to see. >> it remains to be seen. of course, we trade on the amex exchange, typically a couple million contracts a day and maybe another couple manager on on -- couple million on the arc exchange as well. we have had a lot of growth in options, as you said, between our two markets in january, just south of 30% market share, and we're looking to grow from there. cheryl: do you find this is coming from u.s.-based retail treaders?
, but what do you make? i was skod "morning joe" about google glasses. would a watch make a dent in apple? because you can already have a watch and you can put your ipod minh ni a strap on a wrist. >> this is assuming that the watch is actually a watch and the watch isn't something beyond a watch and that the old apple of days of yore that innovated to the hilt and came out with something that was mind blowing and off the radar of everybody that that apple was back. >> a watch? >> in the watch forum. we don't know what it can be in the watch and we don't know what kind of data and how it can interact. >> i hear apple is also working on the i-buggy whip. that was snarky and sarcastic and i should not have done that. >> i would love to be able to come home and just say to some device pout 30 for 30 when they do the special because i missed it. >> can you please put that on. >> when i get home have it cued up and start playing. wouldn't that be amazing? i'm not saying that this will be it, but we don't know what this is going to be. if samsung beats apple to the punch with its own watch and
play google in outline of this? you're not doing some other big tech names but that seems like a name that keeps going. >> they are still innovating. but when you look carefully you see a lot of innovation is being supplemented with acquisition. android was something they acquired. google is not quite at a stage where you see sisco and certain others. they're still innovating but forced to acquire. >> i'm going to throw one last name at you. polypore. >> it is a more controversial stock. it is certainly for investors that have a much longer range outlook in mind. polypore sells the separators that go inside lithium ion batteries. >> the things that boeing is trying to separate in terms of the cells? >> yeah. inside the cells it celebrates the cathode. polypore has great technology that might have prevented what happened to boeing. but they do not sell to boeing right now. it is much, much harder than consumer electronics. polypore better suits that market. what we think is exciting is the company will earn $2 according to wall street. they have built capacity that will allow them to g
the panic that -- first thing i did was i googled cyprus because, hey, i haven't looked at that at world war ii since churchill saw it was a key strategic area. the germans don't like the russians. remember that? next thing i know, this is the hottest area of the world. >> what about the people that were -- three weeks ago or so that went to all cash? yesterday they were probably, like, i told you that was a great move and now they're, like, uh-oh! >> in april until october 3rd the main reason was dexia. the problems with dexia. i googled dexia. i think now it's a supplement being recalled by pnc. >> and then you have a 50-day suspension and you didn't have the twist of the nasdaq and there's a lot oflyway that that doesn't happen and then the sell the news and we're kind of unchanged. >> right. >> it will be interesting to see, and if someone were to ask ben bernanke about the situation in europe and the situation in cyprus and whether or not that is exacerbating the overall situation in europe and how he addresses the fact, that if the situation is worsening, will he lore the threshold for
% or google's 18%. in 2009, blk shares arelty $19%. they have to stay want the needs, they have to keep the royal customers like you and me using the phone and they also have to try to gain a lot bit of share if they can. morgan stanley, of course, upgrading the stock. it has an estimated 20% margin. we are going to see this phone go on-saul in verizon stores next week. i wanted to highlight here, they do have apps and i can't get out of it now. so there's probably a bit of a learning curve to use the phone. 1100,000 apps compared to apple's 700,000. so there's a lot of people here. we're going to have to wait and see. >> jackie, joe wants to know if there's a map out. >> jackie, i don't even know how to use the iphone, but i hit map. i was going somewhere in the city yesterday and all i had to do was put in the address. i didn't have to say where i was starting from because it knew and then it started talking to me. and i put it in my pocket and listened to this lady. >> turn left? >> yeah. and it took me down streets i had never been on. it's so -- watching march madness on your black
cetera, et cetera. available on google and the iphone. i like this one, are you watching this? this alerts you when a game gets good. you only want to watch in the fourth quarter when an upset is possible. this will send you a direct message. you can then switch if you're directv, google tv or tivo customer. you can swipe to watch it live and move it from the mobile phone to the television set. pretty cool for the non-die-hard fans with no skin in the game like me this year. melissa: interesting. shibani joshi thanks so much. >> thanks. melissa: the rivalry is heatings up between apple and samsung. sources say samsung is developing a new product similar to a wristwatch that will have many capabilities of a smartphone. this news comes just after samsung released its new galaxy s4 smartphone last thursday and just last month, news about apple experimenting with a smart watch of its own surfaced. samsung and apple are the world's two top mobile device companies. both are developing new products as smartphone sales have begun to slow down. you need a smart watch? lori: i can't kee
on interstate 80. at the google of the era. the rich and station is in the middle of the city's the northern most stop on the rich and fremont bart line. >> off the idea would be to extend a line to the north parallel to the pass of interstate 80. >> along the route to bart stations could be evidence and of low near the richmond hill top shopping center. further north in pinole there could be service all went to herculeses not further. none of it is close to being a done deal. i spoke with of artwoh a bart spokesperson saying this is just an idea. >> extending service to the north would be a long, long process. the transit agency would secure funding and acquired less to build new railway stations and engineers to design the extension. it would have to survive years of study in environmental reviews before construction could begin. in the newsroom jobs clifford kron 4 news. >> businesses owners and residents along san francisco polk street met last like to talk about bicycle and pedestrian improve is being considered for the neighborhood that could take away parking spaces. >> the san franci
clifford shows us the new route. >> reporter: this is a google earth look along highway one just south of pacifica. this stretch of road is known as devil's slide. the highway here has been plagued for decades by falling rocks and unstable ground, but on of march 26th this mile and half long stretch of roadway will be permanently closed to traffic. and cars traveling on highway one will be re- routed through a pair of twin tunnels that bypass devils slide altogether. to the north, highway one will closed down here and traffic will be transferred onto a pair of new bridges that lead to and from the tunnels.. which enter the mountain here... each tunell will have a single 12 foot wide travel lane with shoulders on each side. once cars enter the tunnels they will travel about 4/5ths of mile underneath this mountain before reconnecting with highway one on the other side, completely bypassing the old roadway. the bypass tunnels have been 8 years in the making with a price tag of 439 millions dollars. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> a warm day in the bay area. this is a liv
for customers. you can do this with your google account as well. facing pressure to shield consumers. you can set up apples new security feature by logging into the management page. we all encourage that, in fact. >> talking about a tech giant like apple. focusing now on main street. this is pretty scary in a lot of ways. they had a hearing about it on capitol hill yesterday. watch this. >> these attacks can be catastrophic. leaving many small businesses unable to recover. nearly 60% of small businesses will close within six months of a cyber attack. connell: with us now from buffalo, new york, the chairman of that hearing. congressman, thank you for coming on. that is quite a statistic. 60% of small business, according to this study, will close within six months of a cyber attack. >> well, connell, when it comes down to is we are trying to raise the issue of cyber security for small business so they know there is a problem. so many small businesses today feel like there is not a threat to them, but then when you ask them if they have a security policy, they do not. it starts with the board o
, one out of every two people who have the internet. google stock $813 per share. oracle's share taking a hit, shares are now down 9.5%. sources say boeing conducting test flights of the 787 dreamliner this weekend. regulators grounded the planes because of a faulty battery. lululemon expected to make that money after the shipment of the yoga pants. lululemon stabilizing. coming up next, charles telling you how to make some money. 90 seconds away, a pot of gold. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. inead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. stuart: existing home sales up 10.2% after 11.6%, prices were up 11.6% year over year. let's go to charles, shall we? making money with a videoconferencing company. charles: every conference room in america has those conference call machines. i
, "gangnam style." youtube reached the billion per month milestone five months after facebook did. google owns youtube. $813 per share. down $0.93. keep the music going. tomorrow our "tax pain" series continues. thus u.s. economy need higher taxes? grover norquist will be here to weigh in. he always has something to say. and then we will wrap it up with an expert panel. tweet them. we will be answering your specific questions tomorrow, that is small business, that is personal, anything you need to know, we will help you out tomorrow. dow down 45 points right now. it has been up and tak day for . the reasoning and investment strategy to prosper will be coming up. and also there is this. lou dobbs on washington permanent band-aid approach to funding the government. melissa francis and lori rothman coming up as "markets now" continues.
you do a google search. marin software just opened up 41%. now this. >> on what grounds do you-- >> because i predicted that you would not have filled out a ncaa bracket. connell: agree on that. imus: i he see in front of you-- >> what does a man know about basketball when he thinks that duke is going to win? you think that the plumly brothers, miles, mason and marshall would be my guy working for the louisville guys. and beat kansas in the final, 84-82? >> varney is reading this. connell: no he's not, no he's not. stuart: that was on imus yesterday and bracket picks. did you think i convinced anybody i know anything about basketball? >> no. stuart: i new about the plumly brothers and i went on to say i wish we could go back to the days of the fab five from michigan and time that the 12th seed beat the 5th seed again and they did last night. thank you very much, producer, two of them did, right? >> well, i think-- that you would have been rooting for the fab five, they broke the rules and you're a rules guy and that might have gave it away. stuart: if it were 20 years ago. that
proudly served at nasa for 12 years as an astronaut, and i also had the privilege of working at google. and i think that we are using the best of both worlds in managing sentinel. we're combining the technical rigor of nasa which is the best in the world with the innovative, rapid and cost effective practices that i learned at google. and the secret to success, as i learned at both of these organizations, is hiring the very best people, and i think we've done that. so i do want to talk a little bit about nasa. they have a very significant role in this. we are, in a true sense, a public/private partnership. we have a space act agreement in which nasa will be allowing us to use the deep space network of telescopes to transmit our data, and also nasa experts are part of our review teams. so they are very important part of our project. sentinel will be important on a firm of levels. not only will it enable us to know if an asteroid is going to hit the earth in time to deflect one, but it'll find asteroids that merely come close to the earth, and this happens all the time. and these asteroi
, by the way, noticed, you work for google. does that mean you do all the free food they give out? >> no, we get paid for what we do. >> no, but all of these companies now that actually provide food, is that a big business for you? >> food is a big business for us. but do you know that, you know, the first french private employer, and that, you know, it is a real success story, so it started 45 years ago, it's like, you know, the american dream for many french. >> right. >> and so we are now very big in this country, you know. 1 of 4 people working in this country. >> i want to talk about your company, but do you have any business in cyprus? >> no, zero business. >> do you have a view of what's going on there? >> of course. >> but i don't think it'll affect the euro zone. and for us, it has absolutely no impact. i don't think long-term that would have an effect. >> what's the biggest growing piece of your business right now? >> emerging countries, china, india, south america, we are by far number one in those countries, investing a lot in the last several years. we have 120,000 people here,
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